(ANSA) – Rome, September 9 – The yield on 10-year Italian bonds and their Spanish equivalent hit the same levels on Monday for the first time in 17 months, according to Bloomberg data. For the first time in approximately a year-and-a-half investors demanded the same yield to hold on to securities of both nations. Both securities posted yields of about 4.5%, a sign that investor confidence in Spanish bonds is equivalent to that in Italian ones.
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di Angelo Biscardi